Teachers Prepared To Strike Again At Sacramento City Unified School DistrictSacramento City Teachers Association announced they are prepared to strike for the second time. The second strike is set for May 22, the association said Tuesday.
Sacramento Unified School District Tries To Avoid One-Day StrikeThe Superintendent of the Sacramento Unified School District is asking union leaders for mediation this in hopes of avoiding a strike.
UC Research And Technical Workers Hit The Picket LinesUniversity of California research and technical workers are striking all over the state on Wednesday.
Federal Workers Welcome Their First Payday In A MonthFederal workers are relieved to be getting paid again but are still uneasy.
Two-Day Strike Force College Classes In Modesto To CloseThe valley’s poor air quality recently forced Modesto Junior College to close and now students will be missing more classes.  This time over a faculty strike.
Thousands Of Northern California Hotel Workers Join StrikeThousands of housekeepers, cooks and other Marriott hotel workers are on strike in San Francisco and San Jose after months of negotiating for a wage increase.
Some University Of California Nurses, Medical Workers Join StrikeAbout 29,000 University of California nurses, pharmacists and radiologists have joined a three-day strike to support service workers' demands for higher wages.
600 Procedures And Appointments Affected By UC Employees' 3-Day WalkoutMedical center officials said they would continue to deliver essential patient care services but last week rescheduled a variety of appointments in anticipation of the walkouts.
Strike Could Affect Some Patients At UC Davis Medical CenterTens of thousands of UC employees across the state are planning on walking out of their jobs Monday. That includes employees at the UC Davis Medical Center.
Sacramento Schools On Brink Of Potential StrikeThe last strike in the Sacramento City Unified School District was in 1989.
Crab Boats Tied Up As Strike Extends Up And Down West CoastDungeness crab could be harder to come by if hundreds of fishing boats remain tied up at docks from California to Washington state by a dispute between crabbers and seafood processors over the price of the sought-after crustaceans.